|Publication number||US7415281 B2|
|Application number||US 10/188,135|
|Publication date||Aug 19, 2008|
|Filing date||Jul 3, 2002|
|Priority date||Jul 6, 2001|
|Also published as||CN1196350C, CN1396781A, US20030013466|
|Publication number||10188135, 188135, US 7415281 B2, US 7415281B2, US-B2-7415281, US7415281 B2, US7415281B2|
|Inventors||Kye Hyuk Ahn|
|Original Assignee||Lg Electronics Inc.|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Patent Citations (38), Referenced by (16), Classifications (17), Legal Events (2)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a message service of a mobile communication, and more particularly, to a cell broadcasting service system and method.
2. Description of the Background Art
An SMS, an abbreviate for short message services, refers to a service for transmitting a data with a comparatively short length (usually from 80 byte to 160 byte) in a mobile communication network.
The SMS has been set up as the mobile communication network is developed to a digital method and a digital data is transmitted among inside the mobile communication network, a base station and a terminal. For the SMS, a terminal of a subscriber should have software supporting the SMS.
According to a transmission method, the SMS includes a point-to-point (p-t-p) type and a point-to-multipoint (broadcasting) type, based on which many SMS-related supplementary services are being developed.
As noted from what we call the two types, the point-to-point type is an SMS center to terminal type. More specifically, it signifies that a final destination is one terminal.
Meanwhile, in case of the broadcasting type, a final destination is every terminal, not a specific one terminal, if it can receive a message.
Especially, a minimum unit of the broadcasting in the CDMA network is a base station (cell), so that it is called ‘cell broadcasting’.
Another difference between the two types lies in a reliability in a data transmission. The point-to-point type can make a reliable data transmission. That is, a message center takes the responsibility of completely performing the transmission. However, in case of the cell broadcasting, if a user's terminal is in an OFF state or the line is busy, the user would fail to receive a corresponding message.
As shown in
The CBE 700 is a sort of a server providing supplementary service information.
As shown in
A short message transmitting process will now be described with reference to
When the user of the MS 50 depresses the key pad, the key input unit 100 generates a message data according to an inputted key value.
When the message data is generated, the controller 120 generates a transport layer message.
As the transport layer message is generated, the controller 120 generates a data burst message according to a GSM 04.1 and carries the transport layer message in the information field of the data burst message.
The radio module 150 processes the data burst message so as to be wirelessly transmitted and transmits it to the base station 300.
After being transmitted to the base station 300, the data burst message is transmitted to the SMS center 500 through the MSC 400.
Upon receiving the data burst message from the MSC 400, the SMS center 500 stores the received message in a memory and checks a destination address field of the data burst message. And then, the SMS center 500 checks whether a destination MS is in a receiving available state and transmits the data burst message to a corresponding MS.
The SMS protocol stack is defined by a global system for mobile communications (referred to as ‘GSM’, hereinafter) standard (GSM 03.4), and as shown in
Functions for the SMS are implemented in the MS 50 and the SMS center 500, and the MSC 400 handles a relay function therebetween. By means of the relay function, an SMS message is transmitted to a base station that currently handles a service even in a hand-off situation or the like.
Each layer of the SMS protocol stack will now be described with respect to the operation of the MS 50.
First, the user inputs a message desired to be transmitted. Then, in an application layer, the inputted message is put together with various parameter values according to the type of message and transmitted to a transport layer.
In the transport layer, information on ‘to where the inputted message is to be transmitted’ or ‘whether a response is necessary’ is added to the message of the application layer to thereby generate a transport layer message.
The transport layer message is transmitted to a relay layer and carried on the data burst message of the GSM standard (GSM 04.1) in the relay layer.
The data burst message is transmitted to the base station according to a call processing routine defined in the GSM standard (GSM 04.1).
One of messages defined in the GSM 04.1, the data burst message is generated in the relay layer and a sort of container transmitting the SMS message (or a CB message). That is, it signifies an SMS message (or a CB message) created according to the GSM 03.4 (SMS standard) is carried on the data burst message defined by the GMS standard (GSM 04.1) and transmitted.
As shown in
The CBE 700 is a sort of a server providing supplementary service information.
In order to do information providing business for subscribers, each supplementary service provider is allocated a cell broadcast identifier (CB ID) by a mobile communication provider, and a CB ID of a corresponding supplementary service provider is also stored in the service subscriber's terminal.
A general cell broadcasting service (CBS) process will now be described.
The CBE 700 generates a CB message in which supplementary information (i.e., weather information, etc), a CB ID value, broadcast range value, and the like, are stored.
And then, when the CBE 700 carries the generated CB message on the data burst message and transmits it to the CB center 600, the CB center 600 transmits the data burst message to a base station where the weather information service subscriber is located through the MSC 400.
Then, the base station broadcasts the data burst message to a plurality of unspecified MSs within the service area.
Each MS 50 determines whether to receive the message by referring to the CB ID of the broadcast message. That is, the MS 50 compares the CB ID of the broadcast message with its own CB ID, and if the two CB IDs are the same to each other, the MS receives the message.
In case of an MS that has not been subscribed for the weather information, it discards the broadcast message. If, however, an MS that has been subscribed for the weather information service, it receives the message.
As mentioned above, the SMS is a bidirectional transfer system while the CBS is a unidirectional transfer (from a provider to a subscriber) system.
Thus, the conventional cell broadcasting service (CBS) is of a passive transmission form that the subscriber is provided with information by the supplementary service provider, and since it is mostly provided for pay, it is less favored by subscribers. Also, at the side of the mobile communication providers, they are to be satisfied by a low business productivity.
The above references are incorporated by reference herein where appropriate for appropriate teachings of additional or alternative details, features and/or technical background.
Therefore, an object of the present invention is to provide a cell broadcasting service system and method that are capable of broadcasting and transmitting a short message that a general subscriber of a mobile communication generates.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a cell broadcasting service system and method that are capable of providing area information or information of a small circles to corresponding area residents or members at a low cost.
To achieve at least the above objects in whole or in parts, there is provided a cell broadcasting service system including: an MS 100 for generating an SMS type message and a CBS type message; an SMS center 550 for transmitting a CBS type message to a CB center 650 when receiving it from the MS 100; and the CB center 650 for broadcasting a received message to a corresponding range area by referring to broadcast range information of the message when receiving the message from the SMS center 550.
In the cell broadcasting service system of the present invention, an interface 800 between the SMS center 550 and the CB center 650 is the same as the interface between the CB center 650 and the CB entity 700.
In the cell broadcasting service system of the present invention, the MS 100 includes: a key input unit 110 for generating a message data according to an inputted key value through a key pad; a controller 120 for generating a data burst message according to a processing routine of a determined transfer method when the transfer method is determined for the generated data; a CB message converter 140 for converting a form of a certain message carried on the data burst message into a CBS type, if the determined transfer method is a ‘broadcast’; and a radio module 150 for processing the generated data burst message so as to be wirelessly transmitted and transmitting it to a base station 300.
To achieve at least these advantages in whole or in parts, there is further provided a cell broadcasting service method including the steps of: generating a message (S1˜S10); transmitting the generated message to an SMS center 550 through a base station 300 and an MSC 400; transmitting a CBS type message of the messages transmitted to the SMS center 550, to a CB center 650; and checking a broadcast range of the message transmitted to the CB center 650 and broadcasting it to a corresponding range area through the MSC 400.
In the cell broadcasting service method of the present invention, the message generating step (S1˜S10) includes the steps of: inputting a message content to a terminal (S1); storing the inputted message in a memory (S2); determining a message transfer method (S3); inputting a CB ID and caller information and selecting a message broadcast range, if the determined transfer method is a ‘broadcast’ (S4, S6 and S7); converting the message form stored in the memory into a CBS type, if the broadcast range is selected (S8); and transmitting the converted message to a base station (S9).
Additional advantages, objects, and features of the invention will be set forth in part in the description which follows and in part will become apparent to those having ordinary skill in the art upon examination of the following or may be learned from practice of the invention. The objects and advantages of the invention may be realized and attained as particularly pointed out in the appended claims.
The invention will be described in detail with reference to the following drawings in which like reference numerals refer to like elements wherein:
A cell broadcasting service system of the present invention includes: an MS 100 for generating an SMS type message and a CBS type message; and an SMS center 550 for transmitting a CBS type message to a CB center 650 when receiving the CBS type message from the MS 100; and a CB center 650 for broadcasting a received message to a corresponding range area by referring to broadcast range information of the message when receiving the message from the SMS center 550.
An interface 800 between the SMS center 550 and the CB center 650 is the same as the interface between the CB center 650 and the CB entity 700. That is, at the side of the CB center 650, the SMS center 550 is one CB entity, and the interface 800 between the CB center 650 and the SMS center 550 is set in the same manner as the interface between the CB center 650 and the CB entities (1, 2, . . . n, 700).
As shown in
Generally, the CB message is generated in the CB entity 700, but the CBS system of the present invention allows a CB message to be generated even in a general MS.
As shown in
The serial number field includes: a geographical scope (GS) field of 2 bit size storing the message broadcast range value. A screen display mode and a transfer area range of the CB message according to each storage value of the GS field are as shown in below Table.
Location area wide
If a display mode of a received message is ‘immediate’, the MS informs a user that a message has been received, and outputs a message content on the screen.
If the display mode is ‘normal’, the MS just informs the user that a message has been received, but does not output the message on the screen.
The geographical scope is classified into a cell wide broadcast, a PLMN wide broadcast, a location area wide broadcast.
If the geographical scope is ‘cell wide’ (‘00’ or ‘11’), a corresponding message is broadcast to a cell area where the transmission MS 100 is located.
IS If the geographical scope is ‘PLMN wide’ (‘01’), a corresponding message is broadcast to entire network.
If the geographical scope is ‘location area wide’ (‘10’), a corresponding message is broadcast to the cell in which the transmission MS 100 is located and a plurality of its neighboring cells.
The form of the CBS transport layer message is the same as the SMS transport layer message, except that some field values of a message are differently set, so that a general MS can have a CBS origination function (mobile originated CBS).
As shown in
The OA field stores an address of the transmission MS 100 and is required for an authentication of the transmission MS 100.
That is, when the CB message is transmitted to the SMS center 550 after passing the BTS/BSC 300 and the MSC 400, the SMS center 550 checks whether a user of the transmission MS 100 is a subscriber (or a small circles' manager) who has been assigned a CB ID by referring to the OA field of the transport layer message.
The PID field is a value indicating a type of a message. By checking the PID value, the SMS center 550 can identify whether a corresponding message is a short message or a CB message.
The VP field is a repetition transmission time limit value. Since the cell broadcasting transmits a data simultaneously one time through a paging channel, the transmission is not reliable.
In order to overcome the problem of the unreliability, after the transmitting party of the CB message transmits the CB message, it repeatedly transmits the same message for a certain period of time. The transmitting party repeatedly transmits the CB message for a time defined in the VP field.
The user data (UD) field includes a CB message generated from the upper layer and a destination address (DA), and an address of the CB center 650 is inputted to the destination address field.
As shown in
In the cell broadcasting service method of the present invention, the message generating step (S1˜S10) includes the steps of: inputting a message content to an MS (S1); storing the inputted message in a memory (S2); determining a message transfer method (S3); inputting a CB ID and caller information and selecting a message broadcast range, if the determined transfer method is a ‘broadcast’ (S4, S6 and S7); converting the message form stored in the memory into a CBS type, if the broadcast range is selected (S8); and transmitting the converted message to a base station 300 (S9).
The cell broadcasting service process will now be described with reference to
For descriptions, it is assumed that there are small circles that desires to broadcast the items of official announcement or specific information to members and a user of the MS 100 is a manager of the small circles.
When the user of the MS 100 requests a CB ID allocation for the small circles from a mobile communication provider, the mobile communication provider assigns an area, as a CB ID, that is not used among tele-service areas allocated for the CBS, to the small circles and registers the address of the MS 100 in the SMS center 550.
And, in the same method for setting the CB ID in the MS of a supplementary service subscriber, the assigned CB ID is set in the MS of the members of the small circles.
When desired to broadcast a message related to a regular meeting to the members of the small circles, the user of the MS 100 inputs regular meeting information through the key pad (step S1). Then, the key input unit 100 generates a message data according to the inputted key value.
The controller 120 stores the generated message data in the memory 130 (step S2) and asks the user about a message transmission method (step S3). That is, the controller 120 asks the user whether to transmit as a ‘general transmission (point-to-point transmission)’ or as a ‘broadcast’.
In case of taking the message transmission method as the ‘broadcast’, the controller 120 displays registered CB IDs in a liquid crystal display unit, and the user selects his/her own CB ID among the displayed CB IDs (step S4).
If the user's CB ID has not been registered in the terminal, the user inputs a corresponding CB ID through the key pad 110 (step S5).
When the CB ID is selected, the controller 120 requests the user to input an originating address and to select a message broadcast range (the cell wide, the local area wide and the PLMN wide) (step S7).
When the values in each step (S3, S4, S6 and S7) are determined, the CB message converter 140 generates a CB message by referring to the determined values and the message data stored in the memory. The generated CB message has such a structure as shown in
When the CB message is generated, the controller 120 generates a transport layer message, and the CB message converter 140 converts the form of the generated transport layer message into a CBS transport layer message form (step S8).
As mentioned above, the form of the CBS transport layer message is the same as the SMS transport layer message, except that some field values (OA field, PID field, VP field, UD field) of the SMS transport layer message are converted for the cell broadcasting service. The CB message is carried on the UD field of the CBS transport layer message.
After the conversion of the message form (step S8), the controller 120 generates a data burst message with a destination address field storing the address of the SMS center 550 and an information field storing the CBS transport layer message.
The radio module 150 processes the generated data burst message so as to be wirelessly transmitted and transmits it to the base station 300. The data burst message is transmitted again from the base station 300 to the SMS center 550 through the MSC 400.
When the data burst message is received, the SMS center 550 first stores the received data burst message in the memory and then checks a PID field of the received message in order to identify a type of the message.
If the received message has the CBS type, the SMS center 550 checks the originating address field of the received message for authentication of the transmission MS. That is, the SMS center 550 checks whether the transmission MS 100 has been registered for the cell broadcasting service.
If the transmission MS 100 has been registered, the SMS center 550 checks the destination address value of the transport layer message carried on the data burst message and transmits the data burst message to a corresponding CB center. The destination address value is carried in the user data field of the transport layer message.
In the CBS system of the present invention, the CB center 650 recognizes the SMS center 550 as one of the CB entities 700, so that the CB center 650 processes the data burst message received from the SMS center 550 according the general CBS process.
In the step S3, in case of taking the message transmission method as the ‘general transmission (point-to-point transmission)’, the controller 120 processes the generated message data according to a general short message processing routine (step S10). That is, in the step S3, in the case of adopting the general transmission (point-to-point transmission), the short message processing and transmitting processes are the same as in the conventional art.
As stated above, a Conversion module such as the CB message converter 140 is installed in the transmission MS 100, but it may be installed in the SMS center 550 or in the CB center 650. If the Conversion module is installed in the SMS center 550, the step S8 is performed in the SMS center 550 as follows.
When the data burst message is received from the MSC 400, the SMS center 550 checks a PID field of the received message to identify whether the received message has the SMS type message or the CBS type message.
If the received message is the CBS type message, the SMS center 550 performs an authentication process on the transmission MS, and converts the form of the received message into the CBS type message form by referring to a destination address, the message content, and a broadcast range. And then, the SMS center 550 transmits the converted message to the CB center 650.
As so far described, the cell broadcasting service system of the present invention has the following advantages.
That is, by assigning a CB ID to a specific subscriber group (a small circles or a local group), a general subscriber can broadcast a short message in the position of the CB entity 700.
In addition, various get-together information and local information can be easily provided to subscribers of a group located within a broadcast range, and more efficient and substantial information can be provided at a low cost.
The foregoing embodiments and advantages are merely exemplary and are not to be construed as limiting the present invention. The present teaching can be readily applied to other types of apparatuses. The description of the present invention is intended to be illustrative, and not to limit the scope of the claims. Many alternatives, modifications, and variations will be apparent to those skilled in the art. In the claims, means-plus-function clauses are intended to cover the structure described herein as performing the recited function and not only structural equivalents but also equivalent structures.
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|International Classification||H04B7/24, H04W88/18, H04W4/14, H04W92/24, H04W4/06|
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